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81. Historical Notes [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... any chance that declining health might affect his judgement. In due course he does seem to have developed the same syndrome as his mother. But whatever became wrong with him there is no evidence that he was suffering from it while Prime Minister, nor for some years afterwards, and his medical problems need to be disassociated from his anxieties about coup plots. It is not even a case of post hoc ergo propter hoc: the illness came after the allegations and not the other way around and there is no justification at all for using it as an excuse for refusal to take his allegations seriously. Notes [1] Michael R. Stevens, 'T. S. Eliot's Neo-Medieval ...
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82. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #51 (Summer 2006)]
... 30th anniversary of Harold Wilson's resignation, the subject of a BBC documentary based on the tapes of the former Prime Minister and his secretary Marcia Falkender made by Barrie Penrose and Roger Courtiour. The only paper to give any prominence to the programme was The Daily Mail, whose two-page spread on March 13 conveyed the seriousness as well accuracy of the coup plot allegations. On that day The Guardian's new political editor Patrick Wintour gave us nothing on Wilson, but a full page on the former leader of the Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire under the headline: 'I should have been a Trappist monk.' Ah, the joys of joined-up journalism. Last| Contents| Next ...
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... overseas. The Family The Depression in America in the 1930s and Roosevelt's attempts to address it through state intervention in the economy created enormous anxiety in sections of the business community. Famously the establishment media praised Hitler and Mussolini in the most fulsome terms. This admiration was widely shared by business leaders. A small group of industrialists even plotted a coup against Roosevelt that would have established a Major General from the Marines, Smedley Butler, as a pro-business dictator. One of the most important and long-lasting legacies of this anxiety about the forces being unleashed in the New Deal came in the form of 'The Family', a Christian order dedicated to resisting the spread of popular radicalism. Writing ...
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... comment to Barbara Hokanson that he could really hurt me have anything to do with his institutional affiliation? Matthiessen told friends that he had left the Agency in the Fifties, but did one every really leave it? I had been active in the anti-war movement. In the days of Richard Nixon, that could spell trouble. There was the coup in Chile and the murder of Allende. After Nixon's fall, the national security state perpetuated itself under Henry Kissinger, who stayed on under Gerald Ford as secretary of state. William Colby still headed the CIA. Nothing had really changed. I pondered Matthiessen's literary output. Partisans struck me as superficial and cynical and not particularly well written ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 6  -  01 Dec 2005  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue50/lob50-03.htm
... always referred to as 'The Leader'. Hull's confederate, Hugh Petrie, later founded the Vanguard Service Corps, a small paramilitary group directly linked to Craig's Vanguard. 23. Colin Wallace commented recently in an e-mail: 'The Army's view was that Herron, Elliott, Fogel etc were involved in the UCA and were trying to bring about a coup within the UDA.' But this remains conjecture. The 'UCA smear' was later used against Glen Barr and, in a different way, against Colin Wallace himself in 1980. 24. This is a standard accusation during UDA power struggles. When John MacMichael moved against Andy Tyrie for example, in 1987, this was under the ...
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... . [16] Endorsement: possibly because of the western collapse of status symbols e.g. there are too many private jets/boats around to give 'status' to their owners some, particularly 'celebrities', are acquiring status through their religious choices. This can endorse the religion they favour. (It would have been a considerable coup and much more besides if Princess Diana had abandoned the Anglican Church for the Roman one, as, shortly before her death, it was rumoured.) [17] The targeting of mothers in Britain's 2005 General Election was identical to the Vatican's emphasis of the Madonna and Child. The ploy is subliminally wicked: old crones ...
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... sector intermediary.(6) This was not an official request for information by the FBI, CIA or US Treasury, but was to benefit a private prosecution on foreign soil with no direct Spanish content.(7) The Times meanwhile reported that Spanish ships were on standby to go to the Gulf of Guinea about the time of the coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea. (8 )Another Murdoch press article noted that a Spanish investigating magistrate (unidentified) was ready with a warrant under Spanish law to arrest President Obiang for human rights violations.(9) It is interesting to note the coincidence that Judge Garzon is the pioneer who issued the arrest warrant against Pinochet. He ...
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88. The Strength of the Wolf (Book review) [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... police vice squads may turn out to be true but he doesn't have the evidence. The temptation to make dramatic statements shows elsewhere. On p.262, of the Kennedy assassination, he writes: 'Meanwhile, General Walker, the far-right American Security Council (including General Lansdale and Air America Chairman Admiral Felix Stump) and Texas ultras started plotting their coup d'etat in Dallas.' He presents no evidence of this; nor is there any, to my knowledge. On p.431 he writes:'....the CIA imported Phoenix to America and called it Chaos.' But Operation Phoenix, about which Valentine has written a widely-praised book, involved identifying and assassinating supporters of the North Vietnamese ...
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89. Historical Notes [Lobster #48 (Winter 2004)]
... policy was distorted and transformed into a monster. It was indeed his intention to focus on the long-term strategic danger presented to the USA by the USSR. But his aims were limited and specific. He argued that the primary response of the USA to Soviet expansionism should be economic aid to countries where social and political conditions were favourable to pro-Communist coups. He was an advocate of covert operations, under political control. He maintained that the key to success in holding back the USSR was retention by the West of influence over the world's advanced industrial states which, should they fall under Soviet hegemony, would have the capacity to transform themselves into military powers strong enough to threaten the USA ...
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90. Terrorism, Anti-Semitism and Dissent [Lobster #47 (Summer 2004)]
... early in his career, is one of them. John Reid, the ex-Communist who is now Blair's leading studio casuist, is another with whom Galloway has regular done battle, occasionally physically, he tells us. Galloway also goes back a long way with Dennis MacShane, the Foreign Office minister who denounced Hugo Chavez during the short-lived and US-backed coup attempt on the Venezuelan leader. 'Now I know a lot about Dennis MacShane,' Galloway writes rather threateningly, 'including the fact that he is not Dennis MacShane. His is a family of Roman Catholic refugees from Poland who changed their name to blend in more successfully.' (I shall return to MacShane, who as an international ...
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